Wanted to share a few daybooks I made quite awhile ago but didn't show any pictures of the inside pages. I titled the "Love" because they are pink and red and have lots of hearts and love saying. There are potty people, keys and beads.
Although I used quite a bit of pattern paper for these books, I used a ton of scraps for the covers, tags and smaller pages in the books. These books all measure 6 x 6 and have large 4 x 6 tags in them.
This one is bound with hemp and used kraft paper fro the covers. I like the kraft even though the paints and sprays are not a vibrant. The red tape on the cover is actually hockey tape I stole from my kids and the white tape with hearts is just stamped masking tape.
I just love the tags in this book. They are huge and have scraps and doodles. Again I used a lot of left over papers and stencil clean up papers for pages.
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Summer has come, kids are home and I have not blogged once over the last month. Yikes! I have still been making things so I wanted to catch you up on some projects.
The first one is for a swap I was in. It was to swap a mini junk journal. I don't think I hit the mark on this one. It's more like a little mini album. Sigh...but it was fun and I do like it, it's just not "junky".
I also participated in an ATC swap. I enjoyed this one quite a bit. It was water colors, doodling, stamping and some embossing.
I am still participating in Tim Holtz 12 Tags of 2013 but haven't shared them here since February. Here is March, April and May's tags.
The last project is an altered heart shaped box. This was super fun. I covered it in tissue paper, painted it up like crazy with tons of colors and then added some wood burned words on top. I love it.
I hope you like all the projects. I have a journal share coming up as well. I've made quite a few of them as well.
As always, thanks for stopping by and I'd love to hear what you think.